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Our allergy doctors are board certified allergist-immunologists, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of allergy-related conditions in patients of all ages (pediatric and adult).
Allergist / immunologists are specialists in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies, asthma and other diseases of the immune system. Allergists practicing in the United States have completed medical school, at least three years of residency in pediatrics or internal medicine, then at least two years of specialized training in Allergy/Immunology. To be board certified, they must pass a Board Examination and regularly attend continuing medical education programs in allergy and immunology. Our physicians also participate in the American Board of Allergy & Immunology Maintenance of Certification program to keep skills and knowledge current in a rapidly changing specialty.
Many people with untreated allergic symptoms aren't aware of how much better they can feel once their symptoms are properly diagnosed and managed by an allergist. An allergist's approach is personal. Your allergist typically asks about your medical history, performs a physical examination, and administers specific allergy and/or breathing tests. The results guide a personalized treatment plan which typically includes measures to avoid or eliminate triggers, recommendations for medications, education to help you take an active role in treating your disease, and sometimes allergy shots or immunotherapy to desensitize you to allergens responsible for causing your symptoms..
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